Comic Review: Brickleberry #3 (Dynamite)

This could be a short review as I just don’t know what to say, Brickleberry is, well Brickleberry! It’s mental, it’s sick, but its funny as hell!! Not sure how […]

This could be a short review as I just don’t know what to say, Brickleberry is, well Brickleberry! It’s mental, it’s sick, but its funny as hell!!

Not sure how I’m going to manage to keep this review publishable considering the comic but here goes!

The issue starts with future Bobby saving present Woody from a bullet fired by future Steve (this could get confusing) and time jumping to safety. Last issue Denzel stole future Steves time jump device but luckily Steve smuggled a spare in the only logical place and after a quick look on an app on his Applewatch 15s and of course an in-app purchase they follow Bobby and Woody to 2012 and straight into a squabbit apocalypse.

After brutally fighting off squabbits they find Woody but Steve falters as its 2015 Woody he wants to kill not 2012 Woody! This pause gives Woody and Steve time to time jump again leading to a chase through some of the most iconic scenes in history and a drawn out ‘execution’ using a musket from 1865 which leads up to one of my favourite jokes of the issue.

Malloy and future Steve decide on a better way to kill Woody and time jump away,Woody and future Bobby go to follow but find their ‘blinky thang’ is broken and of course there is only one way to fix it, ¬†beat the crap out of Albert Einstein!! ¬†once fixed Woody and Bobby go to the point of Woody’s conception not realizing that Steve and Malloy have gone to kill 7-year-old Woody instead. It turns out 7-year-old Woody have a pretty atrocious life which makes Steve sympathize and instead of killing him takes him out for the day. Now as Woody helps with his own conception is not going to go into too much detail partly because I don’t want to spoil you reading it and partly because I’m a little scarred for reading it, twice

Fantastic comic for anyone who watched and misses the TV show. For anyone who hasn’t seen the show it’s a disgusting, debauched, absolutely brilliant first foray into the world of Brickleberry

About Martin Cameron

A 34 year old manchild from Scotland, bravely fighting the on going war between a love of comics and space to keep them. Boxes are filling and thanks to the digital age we live in so is the harddrive! I love finding a new comic to obsess over and rediscovering old comics to immerse myself in from the very first issue. A healthy mix of the seven dwarves of geekdom all wrapped up in one kilted bundle of amusement